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How would the Friends couple fare with children, aging, sickness, and death?
Sean Michael Verey produces a blistering, challenging performance
Fine attention to detail extends to all aspects of beautifully realised production
Go with your brain engaged, ready to make meaning
After the actors and audience have departed, enter, stage left, Klaus Frahm: the architectural photographer has been treading the boards of some of Germany's most glamorous theatrical spaces to capture them as never seen before
It centres on a bunch of hell-raising choirgirls
The Edinburgh Fringe is often seen as the preserve of young, up-and-coming acts. But Holly Williams meets some of the performers who are daring to defy that trend
Long-time vegetarian Holly Williams tries to recreate some of the inventive recipes
An early experience may have put her off 'Les Mis', but Jessica Raine is making a career of living in the past. As she revisits the 1950s as one half of an Agatha Christie husband-and-wife spy team, she reveals what it's like to be building viaducts at the heart of the Industrial Revolution, and Doctor Who's 'mother'
'Even when things are terrible, people laugh, people produce art, they express themselves in all sorts of ways'
James Bailey of expert roasters Workshop Coffee reveals the secrets of the simple gadget
Morals and a bit of menace Grief’s guilty secrets
The future is here – but how to stage it?
Photographer Henry Bourne's new book shines a light on hyper-local traditions
'It’s a weird dream version - almost like a Disneyfication of Welshness'
You need to scramble through a door and down scaffolding steps to watch it.